COMMUNITY PROGRAMS 2017
The SoL Global Community has coached and trained thousands of individuals to use Organizational Learning tools and methods to transform their businesses and achieve, sometimes unprecendented, business results.
U-LAB: LEADING PROFOUND INNOVATION FOR A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD
U-Lab: Leading Profound Innovation for a More Sustainable World is a free, online, interactive and experiential class about leading profound innovation for pioneering a more sustainable economy and society. The class is organized around personal reflection practices, relational practices, and societal practices. It focuses on the intertwined relationship between the evolution of capitalism, multi-stakeholder innovation, and Presencing.
A 4-day intensive introduction to the concepts and practices of Theory U and Presencing. In this program you will learn how to sense and seize future opportunities and how to connect to the deeper journey of your professional and personal life in order to become a more effective leader and change-maker in your own context.
SOCIAL PRESENCING THEATER
Boston, MA, USA: 3-4 November – More Info
Oxford, UK: 17-18 November – More Info
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Drawing on the arts and contemplative traditions, Social Presencing Theater brings to the surface a clearer sense of the relationships, hidden dynamics, and emerging possibilities inherent in a team, organization or larger system. It allows co-creators in a given system to gain insight into the current situation, seeing potential opportunities for change. It sets the ground for creative collective action. Participants will apply Social Presencing Theater methods to specific personal and leadership challenges.
Munich, Germany: 20-22 October – More Info
Hangzhou, China: 15-17 November – More Info
Portland, OR, USA: 15-17 February – Contact Kelvy
These programs are designed both for visual practitioners (graphic facilitators) wanting to deepen their knowledge of Presencing – among other social technologies – AND for those already using Theory U who would like to facilitate in a more visual manner.